Sunday, March 29, 2009

Beth Mardutho: The Syriac Institute ( published a new issue of its peer-reviewed academic periodical Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies (Vol. 12, No. 1). The issue can be found a

Abrohom Nuro (1923-2009).
George Kiraz, Beth Mardutho

A Guide to Narsai's Homilies
Sebastian P. Brock, Oxford University

Research on the Old Syriac Heritage of the Peshitta Gospels. A Collation of MS Bibl. Nationale syr. 30 (Paris) .
Andreas Juckel, University of Münster

Dendrites and Other Standers in the History of the Exploits of Bishop Paul of Qanetos and Priest John of Edessa.
Kyle Smith, Duke University

Report on the State of Preservation of the Byzantine Mosaics of the Saint Gabriel Monastery of Qartmin, Tur Abdin.
Patrick Blanc, Sébastian Courtois, and Alain Desreumaux

From Damascus to Edessa. Travelogue of a Visit to Syria and Turkey.
Ute Possekel
Publications and Book Reviews

Recent Books on Syriac Topics.
Sebastian P. Brock, Oxford University

Pauline Allen, Majella Franzmann, and Rick Strelan, “I Sowed Fruits into Hearts” (Odes Sol. 17:13): Festschrift for Professor Michael Lattke.
Kristian Heal, Brigham Young University

Brian E. Colless, The Wisdom of the Pearlers: An Anthology of Syriac Christian Mysticism .
Robert Kitchen, Knox-Metropolitan United Church

Bas ter Haar Romeny, ed. The Peshitta: Its Use in Literature and Liturgy.
Edward G. Mathews, St. Nersess Armenian Seminary

Tjalling H. F. Halbertsma, Early Christian Remains of Inner Mongolia: Discovery, Reconstruction, and Appropriation.
Joel Walker, University of Washington, Seattle

Publishers interested in advertising in future issues of Hugoye may contact the General Editor at

About Beth Mardutho and Hugoye

Established in 1992, Beth Mardutho seeks to promote the study and preservation of the Syriac heritage and language, and to facilitate opportunities for people to pursue the study of this ancient legacy globally. Published semiannually since 1988, Hugoye is a peer-reviewed academic journal that is dedicated entirely to the Syriac tradition. []

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